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From David Nuescheler <david.nuesche...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Berkeleydb persistence, and Spring support
Date Fri, 22 Jul 2005 14:57:56 GMT
hi guillaume,

> We are working on a full portal solution, including an innovative jsr168
> portal engine and a set of content oriented applications (online content
> publication, document management, workgroups, discussion spaces). The
> portal engine uses the JCR to store it's structure and user preferences.
excellent. i think a content repository is an excellent choice for that ;)
hierarchical and all ;)

> Of course, most of our applications store their content into JCR too.
cool.

> We are using Jackrabbit as a JCR implementation and we are very happy
> with this one.
great to hear.

> One of our customer will soon switch into production environment and we
> want to backup/restore the data store easily.
> Another point is that when customers ask how data are stored, I think
> they will be more confident if we answer 'into a berkeleydb database'
> than 'directly on filesystem'. (However I think it should not be a
> problem to store them directly in a descent filesystem in production
> environment).
;)

> A part of our portal solution will be opensourced soon.
looking forward to that...

thanks for all the infos, it is great to hear about good applications of jcr.

regards,
david

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